Good Pitch² Buenos Aires

27 de MAYO, 2013

In the framework of the 15th International Film Festival on Human Rights (, organized by the DerHumALC Multimedia Institute, will take place this year for the first time in Latin America Good Pitch² Buenos Aires.
Good Pitch² Buenos Aires is a competition for developing film projects focusing on human rights issues that are associated with a social campaign, to be held on August 10, 2013 in the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires, in the framework of the 15th International Film Festival of Human Rights. The Good Pitch² Buenos Aires is run from London by the Channel 4 BRITDOC Foundation, in collaboration with the Sundance Institute Documentary Film Programme and the DerHumALC Multimedia Institute.
Born out of the conviction that documentary is a powerful tool for creating social change, the Good Pitch² team selects four of the most inspiring social justice documentary projects in production or just completed. With an outstanding audience drawn from business, media and society, the Good Pitch² offers a unique opportunity to create a coalition around each film to accelerate its impact and influence.
Until 31 May will be possible to register documentary projects on social issues, environment and human rights in the production process or just completed that are associated with a social campaign by accessing the website:
The 4 selected filmmakers are taken through two months of campaign strategy and a two-day intensive workshop to help focus their pitch and define the partnership potential in their project.
At the Good Pitch² event, each team will have 7 minutes to present their film and its associated outreach campaign and show a trailer to a roundtable of 10 invited representatives and a theater of up to 150 participants from: - Foundations, philanthropists, and grantmaker associations who have an interest in the issue area - Leading NGOs/non-profits whose mission or campaigning work intersect with the issues in the film - Broadcasters, traditional media funders and platforms - Technology innovators, digital, social media, and crowdfunding platforms - Brands who have a CSR agenda around the issue and social entrepreneurs - UN partners and federal, state, and local government. The ten pitch table participants change for each project, assuring that we always match the right films to the right partners as well as allowing time for additional contributions from the 150+ participants in the room.